Here you will find a wide variety of content on the subject of geology (in the broadest sense). Things that have accumulated, that have reappeared, links, etc.
The content may be expanded by additional contributions in a casual sequence.
Schäfer, Jürgen (1996):
Mikrosondenuntersuchungen an Geröllen und detritischen Mineralen im Flysch des Saxothuringikums: Ein Beitrag zur Exhumierungsgeschichte des Liefergebietes. – Inaugural dissertation to obtain a doctorate in natural sciences from the Justus Liebig University in Giessen (Department of Geosciences and Geography), Giessen, March 1996; 176 p.; German with an English and French summary.
Microprobe investigations on pebbles and detritic minerals in the Flysch of the Saxothuringian: A contribution to the exhumation history of the provenance area.
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The following periodic table of the elements shows the finiteness of the natural reserves of important elements.
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The periodic table is also available in other languages at the European Chemical Society.
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R is a free language and extendable environment for statistical computing and graphics.
The GeoChemical Data ToolKIT, or in short GCDkit, is a system for handling and recalculation of whole-rock analyses from igneous rocks. It is written in R (see above).
Visible Geology allows you to create geologic block diagrams in three-dimensions in your browser. You can add geologic beds, folds, dikes, faults, and titling events and then explore your geology on different topographies. You can create cross-sections and boreholes in seconds, and explore data on an interactive stereonet.
Software for thermodynamic modeling of phase equilibria in magmatic systems
A variety of documents, images, software for various machines (computer), and interactive Web resources are available here.
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations (UN). It is the UN system's authoritative voice on the state and behaviour of the Earth's atmosphere, its interaction with the land and oceans, the weather and climate it produces and the resulting distribution of water resources.
If you ever want to know where the ISS is right now: Heavens-Above is a non-profit website dedicated to helping people observe and track satellites orbiting the Earth without the need for optical equipment. It provides detailed star charts showing the trajectory of the satellites against the background of the stars as seen during a pass. Special attention is paid to the ISS and Starlink satellites, but there is much more.
Discovered in a journal: A triangle chart used to classify geoscientists.
And if you want to know what kind of geoscientist you are (would be), then make the
Geoscientist Classification Test..